Mark Hoppus Wrote a Pop-Punk Anthem About the Dog from 'National Lampoon's Vacation'

It's part of a new compilation of songs about movie dogs
Mark Hoppus Wrote a Pop-Punk Anthem About the Dog from 'National Lampoon's Vacation'
With California and its deluxe companion piece, Blink-182 have delivered an alarming amount of new material in the past year. That said, Mark Hoppus apparently hasn't run out of ideas just yet, as he's just released a solo song.

Though it's simply billed as Mark Hoppus, "Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven" is a speedy pop-punk anthem that would sound right at home on a Blink record.

Thematically, the track follows the exploits of Dinky, the cruel dog from National Lampoon's Vacation. It also features the line "'80s Chevy Chase was rad."

"Not Every Dog Goes to Heaven" appears on Dog Songs, a brand new compilation released to raise funds for the ASPCA in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

In addition to Hoppus, the compilation features Nerf Herder, Mike Krol, Allie Goertz and Jonah Ray, among others. Listen to Mark Hoppus' contribution below and check out the full compilation here.